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Fulham - Hunt for Hunt?

Fulham - Hunt for Hunt?

I guess it`s a natural progression, the higher up the Premier League table you finish the more transfer speculation you get linked with.

Already this summer we`ve seen a plethora of talent linked with us and today is no different.

The 'Daily Grapevine` has us linked with a player who is also interesting Sunderland, that of Stephen Hunt.

It`s been long speculated that Hunt will be leaving Reading this summer after the club failed to make an immediate return to the Premier League after suffering relegation twelve months ago.

Whilst in the Premier League, Hunt established a reputation as somebody ho could do the business, hence the apparent price tag of £5.5 million.

Whether Roy would pay such a fee for Hunt remains to be seen but there`s no doubting he`d be a good acquisition.



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Saturday July 4 2009
Time: 10:46AM

Comments

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I'd sanction a deal for this lad - he can give us something with his boundless energy!
Al Billy
04/07/2009 10:56:00
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Absolutely, some thing a bit different from what we have now.
Oldwolf
04/07/2009 15:55:00
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NOOO... not a fan, he's rubbish... I kept my eye on Reading last season because I work in the area and I know a bunch of Reading season ticket holders. They all said Hunt was absolutely useless last year and looked out of his depth in the Championship let alone the Premiership.. steer clear Roy!
donfulham
05/07/2009 11:58:00
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seems a bit high for him...
woodysweats
06/07/2009 01:45:00
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